Linda Helm Krapf
Lindaâ€™s passion for nonprofit work was ignited early when she joined the outreach team of Harry Chapinâ€™s organization, World Hunger Year. The investigation into the complex causes of hunger led her to work in overseas development for NGOs and UN agencies, to help bring clean and sustainable renewable energy technologies to rural villages around the world.
In 1992, she founded and began serving as Executive Director of the Myhelan Cultural Arts Center, an award-winning nonprofit organization with a mission to use the arts as a tool for building cultural understanding. Linda currently serves as Executive Director of the Printmaking Council of New Jersey, as she develops her next film project.
A lifelong activist, Linda has served on the Boards of Directors for Solar Cookers International and Americans for Native Americans. She holds a B.S. in International Environmental Studies from Rutgers University, where she graduated with high honors.
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Filmed amid the dramatic landscapes of the Navajo reservation lands in eastern Arizona and western New Mexico, this multifaceted documentary incisively explores the profound relationships between the Navajo people, their land, and their livestock, and examines how environmental issues now threaten the Navajo’s health, culture, and well-being.More Information >> Add to cart